This state-of-the-art law school at the University of Colorado, Boulder campus is a 178,000 s.f., 5-story structure housing a law library, teaching courtroom, moot courtroom, faculty offices, law center, administration offices as well as student program space, clinics and registrar.
Construction of the new Wolf Law Building at the University of Colorado at Boulder began in January 2005 and is on schedule for completion in August 2006.
This new $46 Million building will immediately enhance the learning experience of CU law students. The new law library, at 42,047 s.f., will be 50 percent larger than the existing law library. The Wolf Law Building will have 18 classrooms ranging in size from 20 to 100 seats, plus a 250-seat courtroom and a high-tech teaching courtroom. The University of Colorado at Boulder is seeking LEED certification for the Wolf Law Building.